BOSTON, MA (NEWS CENTER) -- After a week of terror, the City of Boston is getting back to normal.
Saturday, thousands of people descended upon Boston to come together at one of the city's most treasured landmarks: Fenway Park.
The Red Sox held a special ceremony before the game to honor the victims of the Marathon bombings and the manhunt that followed, as well as the law enforcement officials who risked their lives to capture the bombing suspect.
There were plenty of Mainers at the game who said the ordeal the city has been through hits close to home.
"This whole week I was devastated that I couldn't be here, I couldn't do anything, I couldn't be a part of it," said South Berwick resident Stacey Chick, who used to live in Boston. "When he was caught last night I looked at Josh and said, 'We have to go to the game.'"
"The only thing we can give back to this city is just to be here and show our support and just hang out in Boston" Josh Allen of York told NEWS CENTER.
The Red Sox defeated the Royals 4-3.